Questionable lotto predictions

Don't bet on accurate results from this unimpressive program.

What is there to say about Lotto007 Prediction Expert? If it really worked, do you think you'd be able to buy it on for $79? We think not. That said, we suppose that some programs of this sort are better than others, and this one does purport to actually analyze patterns in previous winning numbers in order to predict future winning combinations. We don't honestly think this program will improve your chances of winning the lottery, but it might be marginally better than some other programs.

The program's interface is plain and fairly intuitive. Users can choose from a list of 142 lotteries in the U.S. and other countries. The program will load the results from previous drawings and then predict the numbers most likely to occur in the next one. There's really not much else to it. A built-in Help file is brief and does not go into much detail. The program does allow users to import and export text files, but we're not even entirely sure why a person would want to do this. Although the program's publisher claims that the predictions aren't random, we don't really have any evidence of this, not even vague talk of algorithms or other statistical mumbo-jumbo. Overall, this program seems to be a waste of time and money. We don't recommend it.

Lotto007 Prediction Expert has a five-day trial period, and the trial version won't download the most recent lottery results. The program installs and uninstalls without issues.

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